How to Start a Trap Shooting Club
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How to Start a Trap Shooting Club

How to Start a Trap Shooting Club




      

How to Start a Trap Shooting Club


How to Start a Trap Shooting Club

To start a trap-shooting club is less trouble than to organize a rifle club, although its membership is bound to be less.

The club should be organized along the same lines as a rifle club, but instead of $5.00 bonds you may have $2.50, as these are easier to sell, and the annual dues need be only $1.00.

A trap-shooting club is not expected to furnish guns to its members, expensive butts are not required, and a covered firing point is out of the question. For these reasons the dues are very small.

On the other hand, shotguns cost more than rifles, and the ammunition is more expensive, but the latter is supplied to the trap-shooting club members just as it is to the members of a rifle club, for on this the club makes its running expenses.

A good scheme, though, is to build some kind of a shelter where the shooters can come in in cold weather and warm themselves and get a bite to eat and some hot coffee to drink, for shooting in the open makes a fellow hungry and eating makes him thirsty, and both of these habits when satisfied make him want to go out and shoot again.

The first money taken in from dues and the sale of bonds furnishes the funds for buying traps, targets and ammunition and the lunch counter if you have one, and each member pays for his ammunition, targets and eats at a slightly higher rate than the club pays for them.

The business of the club and handicap matches are conducted along the same general lines as that of a rifle club. About the only thing that is different is the shooting rules, and a word about these will be found in Chapter XII. These rules will also give you a pretty good idea of laying out the grounds.

Collins, A. Frederick. Shooting, for Boys,. New York: Moffat, Yard and, 1917. Print.

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